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Your income affects the number of months per year for which you can get financial aid. You must make sure that you do not exceed a set limit for annual income.

Your parents' income may affect the amount of financial aid you can get.

The income and property of your spouse or partner does not affect your financial aid.

The property or assets that you or your parents have also do not affect your financial aid. However, income such as dividends, rental income and capital gains are taxable capital income, which Kela counts as income.

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